Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Understanding Predicate delegate with simple example in C#

Predicate is a delegate that always returns boolean value (True or False).

Predicate is used in conjunction with lambda expression.

Below example shows how can we simply replace static method with Predicate.


public class Program
{
 public static void Main()
 {
  
  Predicate<int> isGreaterThan5Predicate = m => m > 5;
  Console.WriteLine("Using Predicate to determine condition - 4 is not greater than 5 hence: " + isGreaterThan5Predicate(4));
  
  Console.WriteLine("Using static method to determine condition - 6 is greater than 5 hence: " + isGreaterThan5(6));

 }
 
 public static bool isGreaterThan5(int number)
 {
  return number > 5? true: false;
 }
}

Running above code will produce those messages in the console.

Using Predicate to determine condition - 4 is not greater than 5 hence: False
Using Predicate to determine condition - 6 is greater than 5 hence: True


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